Sunday School Gets a Pandemic Reboot

COVID-19 pandemic conditions have accelerated a process that reformers have longed to see: making Sunday school less academic, more experience-oriented, and more intergenerational.

To Hell and Back

By James Cornwell Reading from the Gospel of Matthew, 27:45-54 45 From noon on, darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon. 46And about three o’clock Jesus cried with a loud voice, “El... Read more...

Podcast: The Craft of Suffering

Vincent McNabb Classic Texts in Times of Crisis How do we learn to suffer? How is God with a world that suffers? How do the sufferings of Jesus redeem us? The Rev. Mark Michael, editor of The Living Ch... Read more...

Archives: Detective Story Technique Saves UTO

From 75 years ago: Frances Bartter, a clever Episcopal missionary, describes how she hid the United Thank Offering collection of her church in the Philippines from her Japanese captors while interned in a series of concentration camps.